FAST Workshop 2022 on Smalltalk Related Technologies
This year the accepted papers will be presented online via Zoom on Nov 16, 2022 at 10:00 am GMT-3:
Topic: FAST Workshop 2022 on Smalltalk Related Technologies
Time: Nov 16, 2022 10:00 AM Buenos Aires, Georgetown
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Meeting ID: 816 5815 6323
10:00–10:30 Testing Finalization Mechanisms with Heap Fuzzing
10:30–11:00 Ordering Optimisations in Meta-Compilation of Primitive Methods
— 15' break
11:15–11:45 PowerlangJS: A Quick Way to Get Your Smalltalk to the Web?
11:45–12:15 On Possible Extensions to the Smalltalk Syntax
— 45' break
13:00–13:30 Resurrecting Score11 in Siren: What ever happened to the 1980s score languages?
13:30–14:00 Unicode support in Cuis Smalltalk
– 15' break
14:15–14:45 Arrows: a Computer Algebra System in Smalltalk
14:45–15:15 Live proof-by-induction
Resurrecting Score11 in Siren: What ever happened to the 1980s score languages?
Stephen Travis Pope
Smalltalk as a medium for music representation, algorithmic composition and live interactive performance
Testing Finalization Mechanisms with Heap Fuzzing
Effective debugging of Garbage Collection algorithms by random sampling
Ordering Optimisations in Meta-Compilation of Primitive Methods
Nahuel Palumbo et al.
An analysis of automatic optimization of primitive methods via meta-interpretation
Arrows: a Computer Algebra System in Smalltalk - BEST PAPER AWARD
A platform for reifying and computing mathematical abstractions in Smalltalk
Unicode support in Cuis Smalltalk
A sound implementation of Unicode support in a Smalltalk dialect with exceptional graphical capabilities
PowerlangJS: A Quick Way to Get Your Smalltalk to the Web?
Using the Powerland bootstrapper to run Smalltalk on the Web
Toward formal program verification using type refinement in Smalltalk
On Possible Extensions to the Smalltalk Syntax
Leandro Caniglia & Javier Burroni
How to reveal hidden expressivity capabilities of the Smalltalk syntax
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